The November general meeting of the Oakleigh Go Kart Racing Club is being held this Tuesday November 12th 2013, at 7.30pm in the club rooms.
If you have any questions, ideas or just want to keep up to date on what is happening around the club, please attend tonight’s meeting.
The rule addendums page has been updated. Addendum 31 for 2013 is now available for download.
Please read any addendums that apply to your class of racing.
Ladies start your engines. It’s on again. The Ladies National Special Karting Event.
Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th January 2014 at Lithgow City Kart raceway (Combined Districts Kart Club). Entries Close on Friday 10/01/2014.
Australia’s only all girls Karting event. So show the blokes you can race.
- Classes from Cadets to open TAG plus the ladies canteen cup
- Great trophies
- Win a pink plate
- The Nicole Franks memorial trophy
- Track available for practice from Monday 20/1/2014
- You can camp at the track with great facilities
- A social held in clubhouse on Saturday night (the 25th January) with a charity auction to raise funds for the National Breast Cancer Foundation and the crowning of the 2014 Karting Princess
October each year sees Oakleigh host its Class Titles where drivers race under the State Title format of Qualifying, 2 heats, a Pre Final and a Final. Qualifying and heats are run on Saturday and Pre Finals and Finals on Sunday.
If you visit Oakleigh for Junior Top Guns in January next year, or the 2014 Vic Open in March, it’s worth having a look at the Honour Boards of previous winners of Class Titles and Club Championships at Oakleigh – there are some pretty impressive names there. Multi National Title winner David Sera appears as early as 2000 when he took out Junior National Light, cousin James a number of times too, including Clubman Light in 2003; future National Champion Justin Schneider gets a guernsey as winner of Junior National Light in 2001, Thomas Randle – this weekend racing Formula Ford as part of the Gold Coast 600 – taking the win in Midgets (Cadets) in 2005, and Future Clubman Super Heavy National Champ Josh Brooker winning Leopard Heavy back in 2007. So who might we see from this weekend’s crop of racers graduate to fame, if not necessarily fortune?
After Heats on Saturday we got into Pre Finals on Sunday morning under cloudy skies. There was just a sheen of moisture on the track, so things looked like they might get interesting.
Junior National Heavy
Fastest Qualifier Cody Donald had taken all before him in the heats, so was off Pole for the Pre Final and he led them away on a greasy track. With the whole field on slicks they soon spread out as some slid and spun their way around. Donald was well clear of Dylan O’Keefe Continue reading
The OGKRC Race Secretary apologises for having the incorrect class on the CMS pre entry facility.
Sportsman Super Heavy IS NOT offered at Class Titles. This will be amended to Clubman Super Heavy for the race meeting.
Any members wishing to race Clubman Super Heavy can
- Enter as Sportsman Super Heavy (we will amend at entry confirmation)
- Enter on the day as Clubman Super Heavy.
The club is holding a working bee from 9am this Sunday, October 20. The track will be closed for normal use during the working bee.
If anyone has access to the following, please bring it along.
- Bob cat or excavator – Soil needs to be moved
- Chain saw
Please come along, and help out your club.
The Class Titles are being held at OGKRC for all club members on Saturday & Sunday 26 & 27/10/2013 and entries are now open.
The entry fee for this event is $60.
Please pre-enter now.
Supplementary regulations are available for download.
The 2013 Class Driver championship points have been updated to include the September club day results.
The link to the championship points tables are easy to access at any time via the menu on the right side of this page under “Recent Results.”
The October general meeting of the Oakleigh Go Kart Racing Club is being held this Tuesday October 8th 2013, at 7.30pm in the club rooms.
All members are invited to attend the general meeting. Many discussions, ideas and decisions are made at the general meetings. If you don’t attend, you are then unable to have your say in the direction that the club takes on various matters.
The club is holding a working bee from 9am this Sunday, October 6. The track will be closed for normal use during the working bee.
Please come along, and help out your club.